Navigating difficult topics and solving complex problems
Questions of moral responsibility, professional conduct, value formation, civil rights and protective legislation are raised repeatedly today in the fields of business, medicine, government, law, education, and within the family and our communities.
Navigating difficult topics with a listening ear and thoughtful approach can help the world solve complex problems. Studying ethics will give you the tools to do just that.
An ethics minor is an excellent complement to any major, particularly: philosophy; the study of religion; business; finance; teaching; communication; political theory; history; and more.
Set your resumé apart
A minor in ethics indicates to employers that you care about ethical personal and professional behavior, and that you've made the study of ethics an important part of your life.
Sharpen your mind
Sharpen your skills of critical and conceptual analysis ethical reflection through a short, strategically designed minor.
Broaden your perspective
Study ethical issues in your own field of study and relate them to other fields and to the universal conceptual frameworks of philosophy and religious thought.